Mar. 29, 2013—This three-year, rotating chair is unique among chairs at Vanderbilt Law School because it specifically recognizes teaching excellence.
Mar. 19, 2013—Barrett and Crenshaw were among 10 Nashvillians honored for advocacy of human rights.
Feb. 28, 2013—First Vanderbilt team to participate in International Chamber of Commerce competition wins “Best Public Speakers” award, advances to semi-final round.
Feb. 28, 2013—Julie Samuels ’05, staff attorney with the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and law professors Colleen Chien and Timothy Holbrook discussed challenges presented by “patent assertion entities.”
Feb. 26, 2013—New J.D. PreVU program debuts at Vanderbilt Law School.
Feb. 14, 2013—Burch Lecturer Ian Smillie explains why the Kimberly Process has failed to staunch the flow of "blood diamonds."
Feb. 6, 2013—Sarah Doran Murray and Erica Smith are the winners of Vanderbilt’s 2013 Bass Berry & Sims Moot Court competition. Murray and Smith competed against finalists Danielle Barav and Andrea Schronce in the competition’s final round, held in Vanderbilt’s Flynn Auditorium Friday, February 1. Three distinguished circuit court judges—Judge Kent A. Jordan of the U.S. Court...
Feb. 6, 2013—Available online with hard copies available mid-February
Feb. 5, 2013—"The Living Constitution: Supreme Court Decisions that Affect Our Lives" is coordinated by Professor Emeritus Robert Covington and co-taught by Professor Emeritus Tom McCoy and Professors Mark Brandon, Susan Kay and David Hudson.
Feb. 4, 2013—Shine has served on the commission since its inception in 1996
Feb. 4, 2013—Maroney will participate in the Federal Judicial Center's orientation program for newly appointed federal judges
Jan. 30, 2013—Judge James Thomas Martin Jr., Class of 1951, who served for more than 16 years in New Mexico’s Third Judicial District Court, died January 23 after a brief illness. He was 86 Judge Martin moved to Las Cruces, New Mexico, in 1953 and practiced law until July 1981, when he was recommended by the Doña Ana County...
Jan. 28, 2013—Available online, with hard copies available by mid-February
Jan. 28, 2013—NES offers leadership development to motivated young professionals
Jan. 25, 2013—Team represented Juana Villegas in case that brought national attention to rights of women in police custody
Jan. 22, 2013—"Angry Judges" proposes a new model for judicial anger
Jan. 20, 2013—Judge Varlan has served the Eastern District of Tennessee since 2003
Jan. 15, 2013—Gebhardt's appointment was announced by Attorney General Eric Holder
Jan. 15, 2013—Bradford has served as Owen's dean for eight years
Jan. 14, 2013—Johnson will serve her two-year fellowship with the National Women’s Law Center
Jan. 7, 2013—Gervais’ updated commentary on TRIPS now incorporates original proposals for the agreement from individual nations